Posted by **Cody** on Sunday, January 22, 2012 at 3:45am.

Suppose you have a rational function that its denominator is (X-c) and numerator can be any function. Suppose you need to find the limit of this rational function given as x goes to value c. Can you always say that for this problem the limit does not exist?

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